Lisa Granatstein is the editor, svp, programming of Adweek. She oversees the editorial direction and integration of programming across Adweek's content and events platforms. As an award-winning journalist, Lisa also has covered the marketing, media and technology space at Mediaweek and Time magazine.
John Hodgman the PC Is Back for Apple; How Wrangler Became Cool Again: Wednesday’s First Things First
Welcome to First Things First, Adweek’s daily resource for marketers. We’ll be publishing the content to First Things First on Adweek.com each morning (like this post), but if you prefer [...]
Editor’s Letter: Black Lives Matter Founders Are This Year’s Beacon Award Honorees
From hashtag activism to global movement.
Papa John’s Victoria Russell on Valuing ‘Significance Beyond Success’
Papa John's vp of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion shares how the brand is making progress and the importance of allies, mentors and sponsorship.
Fox News Media CEO on Rising to the C-Suite and the Power of Collaboration
Inside the Brand
24-year Fox News veteran Suzanne Scott shares the keys to helping women rise in the C-Suite and why it's critical to learn what type of leader you want (and don't [...]
Adweek Presents: The Way Forward—Restaurants and Retail
It airs live May 20 at 3 p.m. ET.
Adweek Presents: The Way Forward—CPG and Wellness
It airs live May 13 at 3 p.m. ET.
From Awareness to Action, How Claudia Romo Edelman Is Helping to Change Hispanic Perceptions
From raising unheard voices to driving unification, The We Are All Human Foundation Founder and CEO shares how she's leading a narrative change for the Hispanic community.
Architectural Digest’s Editor in Chief Talks Expanding Digital Content in the Time of Covid-19
Amy Astley Shares How She's Taking an Entrepreneurial Approach to the Magazine and Her Career
These Top Marketers and Media Execs Are Showing a Way Forward Amid the Coronavirus Crisis
Members of Adweek’s Advisory Board, Brandweek’s Steering Committee and other leading figures like Jo Ann Ross and Martin Sorrell share their insights.